A Royal Visit
What a fabulous morning in Year 1! The children have had a great time planning and hosting a Royal Tea Party as the launch for our new topic - Bright Lights, Big City. After receiving a letter from the queen on Monday, we have been busy researching facts about her Royal...
Ancient Mayan Food Tasting
Year 5 loved tasting food from Central America and seeing the types of foods that the Ancient Maya and Ancient Aztecs used to eat. A big thank you to Mr Rich’s mum and godfather (Mr Apsden) for cooking all the food and enlightening the children with their knowledge. Both...
What did the Ancient Maya eat?
https://www.dkfindout.com/uk/history/mayans/what-did-maya-aztecs-and-incas-eat/ http://www.mayankids.com/mmkpeople/foods.htm https://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/top-10/maya-foods/ https://historyplex.com/everything-you-need-to-know-about-ancient-mayan-food-culture
‘Marbulous’ Marble Runs
Year 5 have had a great few days undertaking our Design and Technology project of 'Marbulous' Structures. Today, the children had to show off their understanding of joins and how to create bends, in order to produce a free standing Marble Run.
Year 5 enjoy learning how to plot coordinates this morning, which involved a Christmas theme.
Year 2 Word Wall
In Music this half-term, Year 5 have been learning how to read music and write music, using the basics of staff and other musical notations. They have really enjoyed this and created their own pieces.
Baby People - Urban Gongs Tour
In the Summer Term, our current Y5/6 classes had a very exciting day making music as part of the ‘Baby People Urban Gongs’ Tour. The day began when the whole school were invited to a performance by 'Kayu Gangsa' and 'Baby People' - a fusion of gamelan and...
Yorkshire Wildlife Park
The Year 3 children had a fantastic trip to the Yorkshire Wildlife Park https://www.yorkshirewildlifepark.com/animals/
Using perimeter and measuring to map out Abbey Gates.
Year 5 had to apply their knowledge of addition, measuring, perimeter and positioning in order to create a floor plan of Abbey Gates Primary School. The children really enjoyed this activity and all achieved success with a little bit of perseverance in what was a tricky challenge.